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This graphic perfectly highlights the question, doesn't it? It presumes that under net neutrality all the streaming goes fast (green). How will we ever know that they don't all go equal but slow (brown)? If Comcast et al. cannot earn additional revenue from providing green, why wouldn't they just provide brown?
 
Do you use the Internet? Then here's why you should care about today's "net neutrality" vote: New rules prohibit Internet service providers from charging more to speed up data delivery for some, which of course means slowing it down for others: http://lat.ms/1Dvg3sF
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+Stephen Miller I agree. For things to slow down from current throughput for the current subscriber base, the ISP's would actually have to remove backhaul bandwidth that's already been deployed. Granted, they could do that, on claims that they can't afford to take on the associated costs, but then there would be even more public outcry.

The nice thing about the FCC ruling is that now consumers can file complaints if the ISP's cut backhaul bandwidth in a noticeable fashion (e.g. when we're not getting the bandwidth we are paying for).
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Well, why not? The #GOP  has to nominate somebody, right?
Jeb Bush may be the clear front-runner, but watch out for Ted Cruz.
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"We believe in absolutely gun-free, zero-tolerance, totally safe schools. That means no guns in America's schools, period. Such behavior in our schools should be prosecuted just as certainly as such behavior in our airports is prosecuted."

Wayne LaPierre, NRA National Convention speech
How the country’s biggest gun-rights group thwarts regulation and helps put military-grade weapons in the hands of killers
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"Facts are stubborn things." John Adams

I have seen how people unknowingly defend their unwanted life's circumstances or conditions without even understanding how they're doing it.

Unfortunately because they believe it, they soon have the facts to prove it.

It doesn't help anyone to judge them or try to convince them differently, what it comes down to is that you have to stand up for whats bringing you and the people in your life more goodness.

Good is more life to all. Thats not a fact, that's the truth!

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This is unsettling.
Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College mapped DNA found in New York’s subway system, finding that almost half the genetic material did not match any known organism.
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To clarify, for the GOP to campaign successfully on foreign policy, and particularly the ISIS situation, they have to convince voters of these three points:

One, that the emergence of ISIS happened solely because of how the Obama administration handled the war in Iraq; that the Bush administration decision to go to war in that country was unrelated to the rise of ISIS.

Two, that a cumulative tally of American casualties by ISIS that can be counted on one hand is sufficient to justify a change of administration.

Three, that Obama's war-making against ISIS is somehow not quite the right sort of war-making required, and we should bring in a different president to make a different kind of war against them; and that people are okay if that difference is boots on the ground.

Well, good luck, fellas.
G.O.P. hopefuls are focusing on global problems like the Islamic State and Iran that defy Senator Rand Paul’s restrained stance on U.S. involvement abroad.
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I agree with your points, if people were rational.  But you've got the entire right wing basically and now added "moderates" that are pretty damn 'gung ho' about wiping ISIS off the map.  The fear machine is running at full steam and it's working wonders on the public.  How a Republican would somehow be the answer, I sure don't see it, the neo-cons got us into this mess in the first place.  But if people see Obama as soft their options are limited... wonderful "two party" system 
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This is great. I saw it in response to something on Facebook. 
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I had a chance to listen to this yesterday when I was driving. Very powerful.
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True, but it's not really fair to criticize the speech for what it wasn't (a template for solutions). I give him a lot of credit for tackling head-on the truth that there are both unwarranted attacks on the police and unwarranted support for the police. Solutions are helpful only after the stage has been set. I think he helped do that.
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Since its big surge a year ago, bitcoin has lost about 80% of its value. Back to where it was before.

http://bitcoincharts.com/charts/bitstampUSD#rg730ztgSzm1g10zm2g25
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That's true, but I don't see its importance except ideologically. Bubbles be bubbles.
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For the last time (well, probably not): Chris Kyle's personal views and attitudes, Chris Kyle's military service, the wisdom (or not) of the war against Iraq, and the movie American Sniper are four entirely different things. One cannot advance or refute anything about one of those four things using arguments pertaining to another.
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Yes, indeed... why stop here?
Regulations for many occupations create bottlenecks in the economy, raise the prices of goods and services and put good jobs out of reach of many Americans.
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Yes, the voices of the protectionists will get louder.
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  • Washington University in St. Louis
    Business Administration, 1980 - 1983
  • Kellogg School of Management
    MBA, 1987 - 1988
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reviewed 4 months ago
Very nice place. Friendly and quick. Converted from an old bank, so it has that feel. Recommended.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Our favorite neighborhood spot. Food well above average for what is basically a nice tavern.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
There's old fashioned, and then there's plain old worn out.
Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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We had a wonderful, leisurely day, making our lunch and enjoying the camaraderie of guests from all over the place. Chef Pablo was a lot of fun, and managed to meld us together into a real cooking group. Highly recommended.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Positive experience all around. Casual, but stylish.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The epitome of old school. But if you want a good streak, sitting all alone on a plate in its own juices, try Tom's.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Very Good
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